Adelaide City Highlights
South Australia’s capital city, Adelaide, is a cosmopolitan city with a blend of European and modern architecture, offering a wealth of experiences including great food and wine, arts and culture, and world-class sporting events. This tour is an ideal introduction to see the best of Adelaide and learn more about its history on a friendly and relaxed tour.
DURATION: Half Day (3 hours)
OPERATES: Daily (excluding Christmas Day)
DEPARTS: 9.15am - Adelaide Central Bus Station (ACBS) or selected Adelaide Hotels
RETURNS: 12.00pm (Rundle Mall shopping precinct) & 12.15pm - (ACBS)
INCLUSIONS & HIGHLIGHTS:
- Morning pick up from selected Adelaide Hotels
- Adelaide City Highlights Tour includes:
- Adelaide city sights
- Adelaide’s Cultural Boulevard of North Terrace - University, Library, Art Gallery & Museum
- Historic North Adelaide
- Visit to St Peters Cathedral (subject to availability)
- The famous Adelaide Oval
- Haigh’s Chocolates factory tour and tastings (except Sundays & SA Public Holidays where a visit to the National Wine Centre* is included or further time exploring the city)
- Expert commentary by local Driver/Guide
Your driver/guide will introduce you to this delightful city, which is surrounded by parklands with a blend of historic buildings, wide streets, cafés and restaurants. Drive past Adelaide's cultural precinct - North Terrace, the National Wine Centre, Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the beautiful Botanic Park, home to the Bicentennial Conservatory and the Adelaide Zoo. Continue through historic North Adelaide, where you’ll see tree-lined streets, mansions and historic buildings. Stop and visit the iconic St Peters Cathedral or the newly developed Adelaide Oval then travel through the city's east on the way to the Haigh's Chocolates Visitor Centre for a factory tour and tastings of this famous South Australian chocolate. Return to the city via the South Parklands, West Terrace and North Terrace.
Haigh's Chocolates factory tour & tastings does not operate on Sundays and South Australian Public Holidays therefore the itinerary will be changed to include a visit to the National Wine Centre.
The National Wine Centre is located on the edge of Adelaide’s stunning Botanic Gardens. Passengers will have free time to explore the iconic building with the opportunity to purchase morning tea at the café or taste wine from the extensive Australian wine collection.
*The National Wine Centre will be closed on Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years’ Day so further time will be spent exploring the city on these days.
Note: This tour does not include a visit to Glenelg; passengers are encouraged to catch the tram from the CBD to Glenelg at the end of this tour. Trams operate at regular intervals and fares can be purchased on board.